Credit: ROGER HILL/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Dust-tube tornado kicking up clouds of dust. Dust-tube tornadoes, or landspouts, are cylindrical tornadoes that form in developing clouds, as opposed to the more familiar supercell tornadoes associated with mesocyclones in mature thunderstorms. Although they are smaller and weaker than supercell tornadoes, landspouts can still cause substantial damage. Filmed in Bennett, Colorado, USA, on 20th August 2006.

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Dust-tube tornado

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Duration: 00:00:20.12

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Frame rate: 29.97

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